Market economics and political change: comparing China and Mexico

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 346 pages
These essays review current theoretical debates, explore the role of regional context, and offer case studies of legal culture and civil society in Mexico and China to demonstrate the complexity of the relationship between market and democracy and the implications for other transitional polities such as Russia and for U.S. foreign policy. Designed for classroom use, this volume adds a focused comparative perspective for courses on Chinese, Asian-Pacific, and Latin American politics, development, and contemporary history.

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Contents

Theoretical Examination
33
MarketOriented Reforms and National Development
59
Socialist Marketization and East Asian Industrial
95
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Lindau is Associate Professor of Politics at The Colorado College

Timothy Cheek holds the Louis Cha Chair in Chinese Research at the Institute of Asian Research at the University of British Columbia.